What a great time we had at The Nation Heirloom Expo on Thursday! As their website says, “The National Heirloom Exposition is a not-for-profit event centered around the pure food movement, heirloom vegetables, and anti-GMO activism.” We really didn’t know what to expect, but we walked into this hall first and were blown away at how much there was to look at and how inspiring it would be.
It was so hard to not pick one of these apples up and take a bite! We might have to join the California Rare Fruit Growers so we can get access to some of the more rare apples trees.
Mindblowingly beautiful beehives by Gaia’s Bees.
I regret not buying one of these self watering, hand made terracotta seed trays. Anne, the designer and maker said they’d have them for sale on their website soon. I have a feeling they’ll be selling like hotcakes, they are so beautiful!
This birthday girl, in all her rainbow regalia, caught the eye of the Gettles and she ended up having a little photo session with Sasha with a Baker Creek photographer. Very cute!
Great music to listen to at lunchtime by Poor Old Shine.
: : Running into our neighbor and her aunt
: : Then running into our uncle and his partner Jane, who runs a farm & CSA in the foothills
: : The amazing vendor hall that I could have spent another hour in had I not had a tired two year old on my hands
: : But I did manage to buy a hand thrown serving bowl and pitcher
: : Looking forward to next year when hopefully I can hear some speakers as well!